Croatia

What is Croatia known for?


sharp sound


business performance/

, Sberbank acquired Volksbank International AG (Volksbank) from its shareholders Österreichische Volksbanken AG (Volksbank), BPCE, DZ Bank and WGZ Bank. The deal is including all VBI assets - banks in Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Ukraine, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, but excluding Volksbank Romania. The agreed price is €585 to €645 million, depending on VBI business performance in 2011. VBI’s total assets (excluding


musical play

Kodomo Club 's musical play based on the short story, presented as ''Mitsubachi Māya'' ("Maya the Honeybee"), distributed on a LP album.


guitar works

of Guitar Making in Zagreb, Croatia, followed by two years additional training at Crossman Guitar Works in Vienna, Austria. # '''Oppose'''; contentious. Support restarting the process, though. John  (User:John Reid)Reid (User talk:John Reid) 02:19, 25 April 2006 (UTC) # '''Opposed'''. Now, I must admit I have an almost-against-my-will affection for HRE. Also, he's contibuted to the wiki a lot-this can hardly be disputed. But, he is, unfortunately, engaged in the Serbian


accurate theory

used by ships sailing under the flag of the Dutch Republic. This was in answer to a requested suggestion by the Tsar in 1668, who was to introduce the first flag of the Russian Empire that year. The other, probably romanticized and less accurate theory it is related to Peter the Great, who has first introduced these colours as the naval flag of the Russian Empire after a Dutch frigate was delivered to him from Amsterdam in 1694, bearing the Dutch flag. * The flags of several former and current Slavic nations, such as the State of Slovenes, Croats, and Serbs, Yugoslavia, Croatia, Slovenia, and Serbia all have the Pan-Slavic colours in three horizontal bands in their flags, in various permutations of the colours. Note that these colours are derived from the Russian flag, which in turn was possibly based on the Dutch flag. * The flag of Schleswig-Holstein resembles the Dutch flag, but is inverted. Although Schleswig-Holstein is close to the Netherlands, geographically, the flag was created in the 19th century by taking the blue from the blue and yellow of the Schleswig flag and the red and white of the Holstein flag. The yellow from the Schleswig flag was dropped since a French-style tricolore was more in vogue at the time.


international line

- Split - Ancona * Zadar - Ancona - Zadar * Zadar - Dugi otok - Ancona * Dubrovnik - Bari - Dubrovnik Blue Line International also covers the international line: * Split - Ancona - Split Venezia Lines has regular catamaran lines between Venice and the Croatian cities of Poreč, Pula, Rovinj and Rabac. Get around By plane National airline company ''' http


game time

matches and scoring no goals, as he couldn't prove himself there due to the limited game time. Maris Verpakovskis – Performance data. transfermarkt.co.uk (1979-10-15). Retrieved on 17 October 2011. In 2009, Verpakovskis had to extend his contract with Dynamo Kiev for two years and the Greek Super League club Ergotelis (Ergotelis F.C.) signed him on a two-year loan. http


historic stone

. '''Ogulin''' ( ) is a town in north-western Croatia, in Karlovac County. It has a population of 8,712 (2001), and a total municipal population of 15,054 (2001). Ogulin is known for its historic stone castle Kula, and the nearby mountain of Klek (Klek mountain, Croatia). Functions !-- Commented out: thumb right 220px Vitomir Misimoviċ (Image:Vitomirmisimovic.PNG) (taken in the late 1970s) was an UDBA agent


regular+participation

(1087–1100) The 80's will be remembered and with the regular participation of the team in the tournaments for the Varna Summer Cup. Rivals of the "falcons" were the teams of NK Rijeka Croatia, the English Oxford United F.C., Hungarian Újpest FC and many others. In 1988 89, Spartak became the first Bulgarian team with private sponsor and president Atanas Atanasov-Kebie. From the autumn of 1994, president of the club was Nikolay Ishkov. Spartak relegated to B league in 1988-89 and returned to A League in 1991-92. However, Spartak relegated to second level in 1993-94. category today Hungary, Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina footnotes The '''Lower Pannonia''' or '''Pannonia Inferior''' was an ancient Roman (Roman Empire) province. It was formed in the year 103 AD. The Lower Pannonia included parts of present-day Hungary, Serbia, Croatia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. thumb 300px right White Carniola. In the front, the Kolpa River (Image:Bela krajina Kolpa.jpg); in the back, the Gorjanci (Žumberak Gorjanci) ridge. '''White Carniola''' (


family connection

of Hungary. This movement was supported by the most powerful Croatian nobility, the Šubićs, Princes of Bribir (Bribir (Dalmatia)). As the current head of the family, Paul Šubić (Pavao Šubić Bribirski) was also son-in-law of King Stefan Dragutin, family connection have made Kotroman support Karlo Martel's crowning. To increase his influence in Kotroman's realm, Charles Martel issued numerous edicts to split the land among the lesser gentry to gain support for his reign

her son, Charles Martel as the new King in Hungary. The latter party had much more support, so Pope Nicholas IV had crowned Charles Martel (Charles I Robert) as King Karlo Martel of Hungary. This movement was supported by the most powerful Croatian nobility, the Šubićs, Princes of Bribir (Bribir (Dalmatia)). As the current head of the family, Paul Šubić (Pavao Šubić Bribirski) was also son-in-law of King Stefan Dragutin, family connection have made Kotroman

, Princes of Bribir (Bribir (Dalmatia)). As the current head of the family, Paul Šubić (Pavao Šubić Bribirski) was also son-in-law of King Stefan Dragutin, family connection have made Kotroman support Karlo Martel's crowning. To increase his influence in Kotroman's realm, Charles Martel issued numerous edicts to split the land among the lesser gentry to gain support for his reign. It appears that he gave the reign over Bosnia (Bosnia (region)) to the Šubićs. Charles Martel died

Croatia

Tourism (Tourism in Croatia) dominates the Croatian service sector and accounts for up to 20% of Croatian GDP. Annual tourist industry income for 2011 was estimated at €6.61 billion. Its positive effects are felt throughout the economy of Croatia in terms of increased business volume observed in retail business, processing industry orders and summer seasonal employment. The industry is considered an export business, because it significantly reduces the country's external trade imbalance.

The bulk of the tourist industry is concentrated along the Adriatic Sea coast. Opatija was the first holiday resort since the middle of the 19th century. By the 1890s, it became one of the most significant European health resorts.

Croatia has unpolluted marine areas reflected through numerous nature reserves and 116 Blue Flag beaches.

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